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John Mayer To Test The Pot-Legalization Policies Of American Radio

mayer1 John Mayer To Test The Pot Legalization Policies Of American RadioJohn Mayer has released “Who Says,” the pro-pot track that he previewed in concert a few months ago, as his new single, which you have to admit is a ballsy move from the Twittering troubadour. It’s a feather-light song that actually sounds pretty good! I do have to wonder, however, what word the radio programmers of this Mary Jane-averse nation will swap out for the word “stoned,” which is a crucial part of the song’s verse and refrain. Phoned? Cloned? P’Zoned? (Hey, two of those could be transformed into ads!) Clip after the jump.





John Mayer – Who Says [YouTube]
John Mayer [Official site]
Earlier: John Mayer Is Waiting On The World’s Marijuana Laws To Change

 

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